#1
Is there any way to find out why a tab was rejected? I submitted "Heavy Metal" by Sammy Hagar in the Guitar Pro 5 format and it was turned down--twice. There are no other Guitar Pro versions of this song. I really think I got the rhythm guitar spot on, the drums and bass suck, and no lead, but would that be why it was rejected? I am willing to make changes to accommodate what ever reason it was rejected for but just can't find out why rejected.

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Thanks, Mike
#2
Because the drums and bass suck, and there's no lead? It's particularly annoying when looking for a guitar pro tab for something, finding only one result when you search, and opening it to find it's somebody who's just tabbed one guitar or something equally useless.
#3
dude not sure, because ive seen some shitty, SHITTY tabs on this website, honestly i think sometimes tabs get rejected because people just dont like certain artists

maybe just put the rhythm guitar part?
#5
Agh, so many newbs think they know how to tab. The phrase "I think" is the dumbest thing you can say when tabbing guitars. It's a note, you either got it or you don't. If you can't get the note right, you are still learning as a listener and that'll come as you grow familiar with the guitar. Before you share your tabs with the world, learn how to tab first.
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#6
Could be because it sucks. You just admitted as much.
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